At 10:06 AM 4/9/2002, Means, Eric D wrote: >In fact I'm *technically* correct. If you're buffering, you haven't >actually written anything to the browser yet, so my statement is actually >true. However, clearly I should have been more specific (and I had >forgotten it was on by default in IIS5). Teach me to dash off a reply. ;) Outside of being technically correct, it's just a good habit not to rely on the server to cleanup after you. I always try to code so that I minimize the amount of work begin done before a fork to a redirect or server transfer. It doesn't make a lot of sense to build a whole (or most of a) page, then throw it way. --- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."